Nick Turpin's 'Cineportraits' Blurs Backgrounds and Appears Cinematic

By: Emily Evans - Published: Aug 20, 2011 • References: nickturpin & mymodernmet
Previews and credits are just a normal part about going to the movie, and while many people like to skip through them, photographer Nick Turpin's 'Cineportraits' latest does the exact opposite.

As opposed to ignoring these feature parts of films, Nick Turpin's Cineportraits embraces the token blurred backgrounds and minimal text that cinema credits are known for. While based in London, Nick Turpin uses a special cinematic lens in Cineportraits, which allows his subjects to be in complete focus while the background is a vague mystery. Whether you skip through the opening credits, or are a full-blown film junkie, Nick Turpin's Cineportraits is a clever photography project that is easy to adore.

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